Campbellton--Miramichi Region (NB)
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Week of Feb 12 - Feb 16, 2018
- New Brunswick needs 160 new nurses according to the École de sciences infirmières at the Université de Moncton. From 2011 to 2016, the number of registered nurses dropped from 9,067 to 8,625 and needs increased as the population aged.
- The New Brunswick government is funding another $4M for the SEED program, a student employment program, which increases the number of job placements to 2,000. Students apply online at NBseed.ca for the chance to secure a job with participating employers.
Week of Feb 05 - Feb 09, 2018
- Two new 60-bed care homes will be built in Moncton and St. Stephen. Others will be built in Fredericton and Florenceville-Bristol in accordance with the government's plan to construct 10 care homes over the next five years.
Week of Jan 29 - Feb 02, 2018
- According to BuildForce Canada's latest forecasts, the New Brunswick construction industry will lose 28% of its workforce over the next 10 years. However, no decrease in employment is expected before 2021 and 2022. (available in French only)
- Dr. Oetker will close its pizza production plant in Saint-André, New Brunswick, at the end of May. In total, 180 people will lose their jobs.
- The inaugural World Cannabis Conference will be held June 10 to 12 in Saint John and will feature more than 350 industry businesses, policy makers and academics hoping to bring more companies to the province and create more jobs.
- Education spending gets $72M in New Brunswick's budget. This amount includes funds to hire more teachers and $28 M over four years on wages increases for early childhood educators. Post-Secondary Education also increased 4.1 % to $644.7M.
- Ambulance NB has announced the hiring of 33 new paramedics who have been assigned to 20 different communities. Recruitment has been an ongoing challenge for Ambulance NB. Most of the new employees are from New Brunswick, and a third, from other provinces.
- Toronto-based Porter Airlines is recruiting seven full-time bilingual call centre agents in Bathurst. A seven-week training for the employees will begin in March, after which, they will eventually work from home.
- New Brunswick's premier has announced $20M to help spur the economy and make it more competitive. The money will be allocated to researchers, small businesses, the seafood industry, the forestry sector and tourism operators.
Week of Jan 22 - Jan 26, 2018
- In some New Brunswick cities, it is difficult to find alternate bus drivers who speak French. The District scolaire francophone Sud confirms that this problem is a priority and that alternate drivers can find permanent work. (available in French only)
- On Monday, the Government of New Brunswick announced that it will dedicate $25M in the next budget to youth employment. This initiative also aims to counter the exodus of young people, which could create a worker shortage in the province. (available in French only)
- Construction will begin this spring on a $3.5M residential hospice in Miramichi. Hospice Miramichi will open the eight bed facility on Gordon Road for patients in the last three months of their lives and have space for family members to stay.
- Maple syrup producers in New Brunswick are hoping to gain access to 5,700 hectares of maple forest trees in the province. New Brunswick had 2.3M taps in 2016, the second most in the country behind only Quebec. If access is approved, the syrup producers could create more jobs by producing up to 2M more taps.
- The New Brunswick government is planning to spend $25M to help youth in the province join the workforce. Investments will be made towards experiential learning, student employment, and internship programs. The funds will also support student loan debt relief and assistance identify available jobs.
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The Government of N.B. is providing free daycare services for low-income families by creating a wait list and by increasing educator wages. A $28M investment will be dedicated to wage increases.The New Brunswick Lumber Producers says it has paid $31M in anti-dumping and duties on softwood that was sold in the American market last year. There is concerned that the duties may eventually impact the province's mills and 20,000 workers.The N.B. Association of Nursing Homes states that the government's plan to open new nursing beds is difficult due to a lack of resident attendants, licensed practical nurses and RN positions across the province. The aging population is driving demand.The New Brunswick government announced that families with children under five in a designated child care centre will not pay more than 20% of their gross income on fees. Free child care will also be provided to families with gross income under $37,500.The New Brunswick government has signed an agreement with Nuuvera Corp. to supply cannabis products after July 2018. Nuuvera is the fourth cannabis company to sign such an agreement, along with Organigram, Canopy Growth Corp. and Zenabis.
On Monday, the 10-year agreement between Medavie and the Government of New Brunswick to privatize extramural management was made public. The company will receive an annual base amount of $2.6M, and the government will continue to offset program costs to the amount of $70M a year. Current extramural employees will remain in service to the province.The NB government announced that it will provide $41M in daycare funding, as well as create a province-wide registry and wait-list. The Province hopes to add 3,000 new daycare spaces by 2020, including 200 new infant and toddler spaces.Opportunities New Brunswick anticipates the cannabis sector could create up to 6,000 jobs in the province over the next five years
A former Top Chef Canada contestant has opened a new 34-seat restaurant in Bathurst called Fresco Kitchen, which serves modern Canadian cuisine. The chef also owns Jobie's Mobile Kitchen, a food truck that serves burgers and salads in the summer.As of January 1, Medavie Health Services will manage New Brunswick's Tele-Care and extramural services, along with ambulance services. It is hoped that Medavie can increase the number of home visits while reducing emergency room visits and wait times.
The firefighters union states that there is a shortage of firefighters in Miramichi. The city has 20 staff firefighters and 35 volunteers. The city is addressing the issue by creating a deputy chief position and will add two more firefighters this year.
The Restigouche CBDC recently obtained $3.1M from the federal government to develop a literacy training program. The program is intended for the Canadian manufacturing industry and will create or retain a dozen jobs in the region.Hinduja Global Solutions, which specializes in client service management, launched a recruitment drive in the northern part of the province last week. The company is looking to fill around 100 positions in Edmunston, Bathurst, and Miramichi.A Moncton daycare is worried that proposed changes to New Brunswick's Early Childhood Services Act will make it harder to get enough qualified staff. The changes would require more staff per child and more staff trained in early childhood education.The New Brunswick government announced that the first 11 Cannabis NB stores will open in Moncton, Dieppe, Fredericton, Oromocto, Saint John, Bathurst, Miramichi, Sussex and St. Stephen. The initial 11 stores will open in July of 2018.New Brunswick seafood giant Cooke Aquaculture has acquired Houston-based Omega Protein Corp. in a $500M deal that will add 1,000 people to its workforce. The company stated that the deal would strengthen jobs in N.B.
According to Ambulance New Brunswick statistics, a lack of paramedics had ambulances in the province out of service 14,000 times over three years (2014-2017). Paid overtime has also gone up annually for the past six years in New Brunswick.The New Brunswick government will invest $28M over four years to increase wages for early childhood educators starting in 2019-20. Trained early childhood educators will see their wages go from $16 to $19 an hour, which is expected to reduce turnover.Sussex Craft Distillery has opened a new distillery in Sussex Corner and will unveil its first spirits this month.
Sussex-based Mrs. Dunster's is further expanding its operations and baking capacity, with the purchase of Moncton-based McBuns Bakery. Mrs. Dunster's also recently bought Kredl's Corner Market and will go from 140 employees to 240 in the next 90 days.NB Power and the provincial and federal governments will spend up to $234 million over the next five years on energy efficiency programs in the province. A spokesperson for NB Power states that the programs could create 400 jobs over 5 years.The New Brunswick government is supporting research and venture capital investments by investing $10 million over five years in the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF). The NBIF supports 20 to 25 companies per year with money and business support.
Unemployment increased in September in New Brunswick. The province has 32,300 EI claimants, which represents a 1.6% increase compared to August. In the Moncton region, the number of claimants dropped by 2.1%.To address the labour shortage, Pêcheries Belle Île, based in Lamèque, has installed a robot developed in the Acadian Peninsula. The average age of workers is close to 55, which forces processing companies to turn to robotics.Cube Automation, located in Tracadie, developed the Igloo robot, which is currently in operation at the Pêcheries Belle Île plant on Lamèque Island. Other plants could benefit from the Atlantic Fisheries Fund, which provides $400M over seven years for these types of initiatives.New Brunswick has hired 301 new physicians across the province since September 2014. Moncton has received the largest share with 93 physicians; 34 of which are general practitioners and 59 specialists.Of the 800 Sobeys employees across the country that will lose their jobs, 19 staff in New Brunswick will be affected. According to the director of external communications, only office employees will be impacted, not in-store workers.
The New Brunswick government has signed an agreement with Restigouche-based Zenabis, to be New Brunswick's third supplier of recreational marijuana. Organigram and Canopy Growth also have agreements in place to supply marijuana upon becoming legal.According to the Conference Board, New Brunswick will experience the weakest economic growth in Canada over the next two years with a 0.8% GDP increase in 2018 and a 1% gain in 2019. This trend can be explained in part by the aging population and will affect several aspects of the province's economy.
The Government of New Brunswick introduced a bill to lower the small business income tax rate to 2.5%. This rate has been reduced four times since 2014, when it reached 4.5%.The ACOA has tasked NouLAB (New Brunswick's Social and Public Innovation Lab) with finding and implementing solutions to keep immigrants in New Brunswick. The federal and provincial governments have invested over $410,000 in the project.A parliamentary committee report has 24 recommendations to improve immigration to Atlantic Canada. The report states that Atlantic Canada received 4.6% of Canada's newcomers in 2016, while Western Canada saw 40%.
Chase the Ace lotteries are multiplying in the Acadian Peninsula. The income generated by these lotteries helps pay for current expenditures and finance maintenance work for community and religious buildings in particular.Members of the Healthy Aging Provincial Roundtable met on Wednesday in Fredericton to discuss the implementation of the New Brunswick Aging Strategy. By 2038, seniors will make up 31.3% of the population.New Brunswick softwood producers will now pay a 20.83% duty on lumber entering the United States, with the exception of J.D. Irving, which will pay a 9.92% tariff. The other Atlantic province's lumber producers are not considered subsidized and will be exempt.The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council released its 2018 job market outlook for New Brunswick, which predicts that the provincial economy will grow by 1% next year. The council doesn't anticipate much job growth, but expects a declining labour force will create job vacancies.
New Brunswick is lacking workers in nursing homes. A recruitment activity is organized at the Centre Communautaire d'Inkerman for November 16. In total, 200 students in the five NBCC are receiving training for this type of job.The New Brunswick Senior Citizens Federation's 50/50 draw tickets are now available in the Acadian Peninsula. This new lottery will fund the activities of the organization, which defends the interests of senior citizens.The Atlantic immigration pilot program has a new multi-year target to add 4,000 immigrants to the region by 2020, with a goal of helping fill existing and future skills gaps. Under the initiative, newcomers would be permitted to bring their families with the hope that they will settle in the region long-term.
A ferry to Kennebecasis Island will be built at the New Brunswick Naval Centre in Bas-Caraquet. The Ocean New Brunswick Inc. order will create 15 jobs. The delivery is scheduled for September 1, 2018.CUPE, New Brunswick's largest health-care union, has agreed to a new four-year deal with the provincial government. Union members include licensed practical nurses, paramedics and housekeeping staff.NB Liquor has issued a tender for potential locations to sell recreational cannabis, when it becomes legal in July 2018. There will be up to 20 stand-alone subsidiary stores, operating under tight regulations in 15 New Brunswick communities and online.New Brunswick's four universities experienced an enrolment decline of -0.8% this year, compared to 2016. Mount Allison saw the biggest drop at 3.2%. The Association of Atlantic Universities states that more domestic and international students are needed.According to Statistics Canada's census data, 9,330 immigrants came to New Brunswick between 2011 and 2016, and represent 5.6% of the population. The province saw only 10,205 immigrants in the previous 20 years. Most newcomers are settling in urban areas.
Edmundston, Saint John, and Perth-Andover are proposing the creation of two new community wind farms in the counties of Charlotte and Carleton. The project's value is approximately $120M, and each farm would generate electricity for 6,400 households.Community Business Development Corporation (CBDC) Restigouche is unveiling its ¿Hire For Talent¿ toolkit to encourage employers across the country to hire workers with a disability, who form a pool of 411,600 workers in CanadaAmbulance NB is looking for 100 more paramedics, but there are few candidates. The Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) in Campbellton is offering a new paramedic services program that could help meet this shortage.
If Sears gets approved to close its remaining stores in Fredericton and Moncton it would impact roughly 200 workers in NB. Also at risk would be the 300 positions at the recently opened Sears call centres in Saint John and Edmundston.
In New Brunswick, the aging population is an economic issue. It presents challenges in transportation and housing and will have an impact on health care costs.The Canadian Institute for Health Information released a new study that shows that 1,735 physicians worked in New Brunswick in 2016, up 3.6%, compared to 2015. Over that same period, the number of specialists decreased by 1% in the province.New Brunswick's Armouries, as well as 100 more across the country were open to the public, in an effort to recruit more reserve members. In 2012, New Brunswick had 1,539 army reserve members. The current number of part-time reservists is at 1,321.Sears officially closed its Saint John store on October 1, 2017. The Saint John location had 71 staff when the store closure was announced and hired 24 workers to help liquidate stock. The Bathurst store has also closed as part of Sears' restructuring plan.The latest Report Card from the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council states that Atlantic Canada needs to increase the number of exporters and expand into more markets. Both New Brunswick and Newfoundland had a drop in the number of exporters since 2010.New Brunswick employers are facing a 15% hike in workers' compensation rates in 2018, with employers to pay $1.70 for every $100 in payroll. According to WorkSafeNB, the rate increase is due to rising claim costs. Rates went up by 33% in the year before.
Despite filing for bankruptcy protection, the Toys 'R' Us stores in Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John will remain open at least through holiday shopping season. A spokesperson for the company would not comment on possible store closures.The New Brunswick government has established a crown corporation to oversee the sale of non-medicinal cannabis in the province. The Provincial Government has also signed memorandums of understanding with two licensed producers, Organigram and Canopy Growth Corp.The New Brunswick Medical Society states that the province needs to do more to recruit and retain physicians in the province. The aging population is driving demand and there are only two training centres, with no specialist training in the province.
According to the 2016 census data, New Brunswick has the lowest median household income in Canada at $59,347, compared to $70,336 nationally. Nova Scotia and New Brunswick had the highest rate of children living in low-income households at 22.2%.A Quebec company that is using the government-owned shipyard in Bas-Caraquet says that they have over 50 people working at the New Brunswick Naval Centre and hope to have 77 employed there. Groupe Océan has an eight-year contract with the provincial government.
Brunswick News plans to hire six newspaper and package carriers and drivers. The organization recently instituted a policy requiring delivery workers to be at least 19 years old, resulting in the layoff of a number of young employees.New Brunswick has experienced 7% growth in the number of small acre farms over the past five years, according to Statistics Canada. While small acre farms are growing, 356 independently-owned large and medium size farms have closed in New Brunswick since 2011.
NB Power announced a project that is expected to come online in a year, which will see methane gas captured from the Chaleur landfill and converted into electricity. NB Power will buy about 6,000 MWh annually of the power generated over the next 20 years.The federal and New Brunswick governments signed an agreement that will see $71M invested in early learning and child-care services over the next three years. The money will help improve the level of accessibility, affordability, and quality of service.
Zenabis, a proposed medical marijuana facility in Atholville, N.B., received a production licence from Health Canada. The plant is nearly 1.3M sq.-ft. and once operational, is expected to employ over 200 people in northern New Brunswick.Schools in the Anglophone East School District are struggling to recruit for supply teachers, after hiring 31 teachers for the new school year. Most of those will teach Grade 1 French immersion, which is being offered again in New Brunswick.
According to a new report by Statistics Canada, about 40,000 jobs or 8% of total employment in New Brunswick are due to exporting business with the United States. Ninety percent of New Brunswick's exports go to the United States.
Enterprise Saint John has announced that they have helped to create or retain 395 jobs in the first quarter of this year. The agency, which is partially municipally-funded, has a stated goal of 810 jobs this year.According to Ambulance New Brunswick data, overcrowding in the province's hospitals last year resulted in NB paramedics waiting almost 1,000 hours for hospital staff to admit patients. Saint John Regional and the Moncton City hospital had the most delays.
Fisheries and Oceans stated that it will re-open the Kedgwick office and increase the number of fisheries officers in Charlo, NB. The number of staff in Charlo will go from two to three in the coming months and four people will be hired for the Kedgwick office.According to the latest Census figures, New Brunswick had one of the biggest jumps in English-French bilingualism in Canada. Quebec had the highest rate of bilingualism, with 44.9% speaking both languages, while New Brunswick's rate was 34%.Emera revealed details of a proposed $2B plan to run a 563 km undersea cable from Saint John, NB into Massachusetts. Called the Atlantic Link, the cable would be powered by five wind farms, and could create 3,000 construction jobs at its peak.Trevali Mining Corp is expanding its mining operations in northern New Brunswick with the acquisition of the former Restigouche zinc, lead and silver mine. According to the company, the addition of the new site will add 50 to 60 mining jobs.
Sears Canada has stated that it wants to close stores in Saint John and Bathurst by October 12, 2017, and is looking to begin liquidation sales in July. Some Sears locations across Canada could be closed as early as the end of July 2017.
ACOA announced that $24.5M will be invested in Atlantic Canadian tourism over three years, which is expected to create 6,000 jobs. The Atlantic Growth Strategy will promote Atlantic Canada as a global tourism destination, to areas like China and Germany.
Sears Canada announced that it intends to close two of its four NB stores, in Saint John and Bathurst. A total of 146 positions between the two stores will be terminated, with Saint John losing 25 full-time and 75 part-time positions and Bathurst losing eight full-time and 38 part-time positions. Stores in Dieppe and Fredericton have not been named among the list of closures.The provincial government paid out $558M to NB's nearly 2,000 doctors last fiscal year, with 22 of them earning more than $1M each, according to government data. Cardiac surgeons were the province's most expensive specialty, with five practitioners earning an average of $589,000.
Sears Canada may be on the brink of filing for creditor protection, in which case hundreds of NB jobs would be at risk
The provincial government is investing $3M in infrastructure improvements to the Charlo Dam. This investment presents potential for new economic growth opportunities.
Seven newcomers to Canada have graduated from the first phase of a bricklaying program in Fredericton meant to train or re-certify them to work in the NB construction industry
The federal and provincial governments contributed over $1M towards the New Brunswick School of Fisheries, in Caraquet, to upgrade equipment and to diversify the school's training and professional development offerings for the maritime sectorA fire at the Miscou Fish Product plant early Thursday morning has put 108 employees out of work. The company produced about one million pounds of herring products per year, as well as snow crab and lobster, and exports to the U.S. and Europe.
New Brunswick's business services centres are seeking recent graduates, new immigrants and others looking for meaningful careers to fill more than 2,000 job openings in the sector, including home-based workThe New Brunswick Multicultural Association has launched a loan program to help newcomers and permanent residents overcome labour market barriers by updating their credentialsAnglophone School District West has posted a job advertisement for French second language teachers. The ads are for teaching positions this fall and applicants must possess a valid New Brunswick teacher's certificate and must be able to demonstrate a minimum level of oral proficiency.
The provincial government is investing $555K in McGraw Seafood, a fish plant based in Tracadie-Sheila, to support the company's plans to modernize their facilities. These investments will assist in maintaining 200 positions.According to an industry expert, recruiting and retaining medical staff in NB nursing homes is becoming increasingly difficult and is contributing to chronic overcrowding in hospitals across the province. Specifically, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and personal support workers were identified as being in short supply.
New Brunswick's Environmental Trust Fund has awarded $665K in grants towards 20 environmental projects in the Moncton region this year. Grants were awarded in the categories of beautification, sustainable development, restoration, protection, education and conservation.The Spinning Wheel Yarn Shop, a specialty yarn and thread store operating in Bathurst, will be closing in May as the owner is set to retire and no buyer could be found. The business has been open for 13 years.
According to a Statistics Canada report released this week, NB's real gross domestic product increased by 1.4% in 2016. This growth rate is higher than the national average.
A total of 153 NB employers have applied through the federal government's Atlantic immigration pilot project for access to immigrants to fill 1,051 jobs. The program allows for entry of 2,000 skilled workers and their families to Atlantic Canada in 2017.
NB Teachers have ratified a five-year agreement that ensures annual wage increases of 1% over the life of the contract. The agreement also provides for the addition of 250 teachers to classrooms that face challenges related to intellectual and physical abilities found in schools.
The minimum legal wage in NB increased by $0.35, from $10.65 an hour to $11.00 an hour on April 1. The increase marks the third time the minimum wage was raised in the province since December 2014.Fifty employers across Atlantic Canada have signed up for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program, which matches immigrants seeking jobs with companies and assists immigrants to settle permanently in the Atlantic provincesAccording to the provincial government, 18,000 people are employed by over 90 business service centres across NB. The centres handle back office functions such as financial services and data entry.
Starbucks Canada has committed to hiring at least 1,000 refugees over the next five years. The company will actively recruit candidates through the national organization, Hire Immigrants, which works with municipal and provincial resettlement agencies.
Sunrise Records, one of Canada's top music retailers, will be opening shops in both Fredericton and Saint John in April. The music retailer recently announced that they are taking over 70 previously owned HMV locations across Canada.According to the provincial government, NB is 70 doctors short and is actively recruiting across Canada to find family physicians and specialists to fill those vacancies. The 70 positions are a mix of newly created and replacement positions.According to the Nurses Association of New Brunswick, nurse practitioners are willing to fill many duties left behind by the lack of family doctors across New Brunswick. There are currently 70 physician vacancies.
The Home Depot hosted job fairs in Saint John, Moncton and Fredericton in preparation for the spring season, when activity is expected to pick-upAccording to the New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity, equity in NB does not compare very well with the rest of Canada, especially in certain job sectors
The Conference Board of Canada is projecting that the NB economy will expand by 1.2% in 2017 and this activity is expected to translate into 2,800 net new jobsAccording to the provincial government, NB's maple syrup industry earned revenue of $32M in 2015 and provided 2,300 seasonal and part-time jobs. NB is the world's third largest producer of maple syrup after Quebec and Vermont.The provincial government has announced $2M in funding to put 36 ¿literacy lead¿ teachers back into the provincial school system in an attempt to reverse slumping literacy rates. These teachers are already working in the province.The federal and provincial governments are contributing $94.4M for a new bridge to replace the 63-year-old Anderson Bridge. Construction is expected to begin in 2019 and the bridge is slated to open in 2021.
The Listuguj Mi'gmaq First Nation will invest $3M in a new plant being built by Zenabis in Campbellton. Construction of the medical marijuana facility is expected create up to 300 jobs and to initially employ 60 people when it opens in the spring of 2017.
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